As most of you know, the Legislature passed a Right-to-Work bill with an overwhelming majority. The majority was short by around 20 votes to make the bill ‘Governor Lynch veto-proof’. Of course Democrat Governor Lynch promptely vetoed the bill. It is now back in the House where members will now have a chance to gain the votes necessary to turn New Hampshire into the 23rd Right-to-Work state.
Right-to-Work is better for the economy and for workers. It makes sense for New Hampshire and should be passed.
It’s now up to the House to make it veto proof.
CALL and EMAIL your Representatives today. You can find all of them HERE.
Here is more information below regarding Right-to-Work (NOTE: Workers can still freely unionize. This bill does not ban unions – it makes it so that workers can choose whether or not to be part of a union without forcibly being unionized as part of job criteria or forcibly having to pay union agency fees if they ‘opt out’ of the union):
The following Republican Representatives did not vote on the original bill:
The following Republican Representatives voted NAY on the original bill: